The Lethbridge College Kodiaks women’s cross country team are national champions. The Kodiaks braved the weather to claim the gold medal at the CCAA championships in Grande Prairie, while Sophia Nowicki claimed a national bronze medal.
Sophia Nowicki keeps padding her resume as one of the top runners to ever lace up in the ACAC. Nowicki won her second-straight ACAC championship on Saturday in Calgary, running her Canadian college winning streak to 10 races.
The Lethbridge College cross country teams hit the road for this weekend’s ACAC championships in Calgary with a very good chance to come home with multiple championships. The races take place on Saturday at Confederation Park and are hosted by SAIT.
The Kodiaks soccer teams will play their final two home games of the ACAC season over the next week as they attempt to lock down ACAC playoff positions. Meanwhile, the Kodiaks cross country team will travel to Camrose for its final tune-up before the ACAC championships later this month.
It’s been a stupendous start to the ACAC season for both Kodiaks men’s and women’s soccer teams. Now, both squads have their sights set on even higher honours as they pass the midpoint of the ACAC season this weekend.
Two of the Lethbridge College Kodiaks’ biggest boosters welcome everyone to celebrate the new ACAC season with them. Knud Petersen and Alvin Tietz are holding a kickoff BBQ prior to the Kodiaks soccer games against SAIT on Sunday.
Even by the Kodiaks cross country program’s own lofty standards, the 2018 season was one to remember. Heading into a new ACAC season, the most successful athletics program in Lethbridge College history hopes to once again reach those same heights.